Pin lock O-Ring help

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akthor

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So I picked 17 or 18 maybe more I can't remember exactly pin lock cornys a few months back. They all need to be taken apart and cleaned and new O-Rings put in.

I have searched but can't find a definitive answer on what McMaster part #'s pin lock O-Rings are???? Some say you can use the same ones as ball locks some say you can't?

Any pin lock owners out there who can steer me in the right direction?
 

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I know that somewhere there's a calculator where you can enter in the dimensions of the o-ring and it will give you the dash number, but I can't seem to find it at the moment. If you have some calipers on hand and the old o-rings aren't too deformed/torn up, then that may be an option for you.
 
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